2022 Privacy Legislation Success Viable as Three States Lead Way
2022 is poised to be a busy year for privacy, as California begins rulemaking for its updated consumer privacy statute and dozens of states are expected to reintroduce legislation.
The Uniform Law Commission in July unveiled a standardized data protection bill, with the hopes of it being a model privacy bill for states to pick up. Some state legislators may curb that bill or adapt it in their own versions, said Karen Shin, an associate at Blank Rome LLP in Irvine, Calif.
“That proposal is something that hopefully will allow some states to have consistency in legislation,” Shin said.
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“2022 Privacy Legislation Success Viable as Three States Lead Way,” by Jake Holland was published in Bloomberg Law on January 3, 2022.